This is so sweet! Sometimes we do not smile, making ourselves less approachable by people. But if we just smile a little bit, then we open up beauty from within ourselves. We express happiness, and we look so beautiful and approachable. Therefore, light up a little bit and laugh, smile, grin, etc
Originally posted on Poetry On A Roll:
Wake up with a smile on your face.
It’s good to be alive.
Build on your happiness throughout the day.
Laugh just because.
No explanation needed for your outburst.
Fall asleep with a smile on your face.
Don’t let your circumstances define you.
Maintaining your happiness is worth more than
the sum of all your mistakes and choices.
Libraries across the African continent as well as the entire globe are battling because funding have been reduced. As they struggle with funding, other service providers are getting more than what they are supposed to get. The reason is, apparently, that they are more essential to humanity than ever before. Whatever reason you may think of, this is not right. Continue reading
When your private life becomes public, expect to be under pressure because at any moment your relationships will collapse.
I have written about the failure rate of Grades 10 and 12 Namibian learners in my previous articles. In this article I want to highlight the importance of reading and of libraries in our schools and communities. Continue reading
Contributed by Foibe Shaambeni
Many organisations have realised that the most important asset to an organisation is people and their knowledge. Today it is widely acknowledged that knowledge is one of the most important resources in an organisation. This article will therefore concentrate on how knowledge management can be applied to improve the burden of youth unemployment in Namibia. The concept of knowledge management and youth unemployment will be clearly defined in this article. I will also explain how Namibia is currently dealing with the issue of unemployment as well as how knowledge management can be applied to deal with youth unemployment in Namibia. Continue reading
I left my work because I was not recognised
Every year, the public service institutions and private sector companies lose hundreds – if not thousands – employees due to certain factors. In Namibia, a huge number of employees exit the public sector in search of greener pastures in the private sectors. A newspaper article “Over 3 800 leave govt. jobs: brain drain has hit hard since last April” by Elvis Muraranganda of the Namibian Sun stated that “government offices, ministries and agencies are experiencing a massive staff turnover due to resignation, job dissatisfaction and dismissal, among other reasons” (2013, p.1). The question is, perhaps, ‘how can an organisation return and attract employees?’ Continue reading